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Peer-to-peer awareness program can address teen depression in schools, finds study
03-27   Peer-to-peer awareness program can address teen depression in schools, finds study

Depression is a pervasive problem among American adolescents. However, a little awareness among adolescents about this mental problem can play a vital role in dealing with the issue. According to a recent study, published online in the journal Psychiatric Services in March 2018, while seeking help for themselves or others, the attitudes of students with […]

Wahpeton teen with depression competing in pageant to promote ‘Hope for All’
01-16   Wahpeton teen with depression competing in pageant to promote ‘Hope for All’

Although beauty pageants have their fair share of critics and advocates, many young contestants consider them to be life-changing experiences which help them feel empowered. Teen girls consider  taking part in a beauty pageant as a rite of passage. And there are teens like the 17-year-old Tracy McQuiston from Wahpeton, North Dakota, who want to […]

Depression in black teens demands more effective treatment strategies, says study
12-20   Depression in black teens demands more effective treatment strategies, says study

Depression is increasing at a striking rate among adolescents in the United States. While depression can strike people of all age groups, income levels and education, adolescents are particularly vulnerable due to factors, such as family economics, cyberbullying and problematic social media use. A recent study, led by a Rutgers University-Camden researcher, suggested that black […]

Excessive napping can be a sign of depression
07-20   Excessive napping can be a sign of depression

Napping is not the same as sleeping. While adequate sleep is necessary for good physical and mental health, experts find untimely napping abnormal. People who take a nap during the daytime usually complain of fatigue or lack of energy. Though feeling low on energy may not be unusual in most cases, continual fatigue followed by […]

New study finds adolescent girls increasingly depressed
02-17   New study finds adolescent girls increasingly depressed

The teen years usually tend to be tumultuous for various reasons, including biological and social ones. Issues like new friends, new schools and the eternal struggle to fit in can contribute to teen moodiness. However, it is important to remember teen moodiness isn’t always what it looks like. In such a situation, there is a […]

Debating the use of antidepressants in the young
07-08   Debating the use of antidepressants in the young

Last year, major depressive disorders affected roughly 700,000 children between the ages of six and 12, and about 1.5 million teenagers from 13 to 18. Population stats from year 2015 estimate; using percentages thru 2015 seen here: “The researchers conducted a systematic review of all published and unpublished trials looking at the effects of 14 antidepressants in […]

New study uses virtual reality to relieve depression
05-12   New study uses virtual reality to relieve depression

America is experiencing a mental health crisis in which depression and anxiety have become commonplace and suicide is a leading cause of death. The addiction epidemic is getting worse and socioeconomic distress is adding additional stress to families. Families suffering under such enormous pressure are fracturing, and now more than half of American children are […]

Mobile technology used to study depression
04-29   Mobile technology used to study depression

Smartphones have become an indispensible part of our lives. We use them for just about anything and in just about every setting imaginable — classrooms, cars, gyms and workplaces. For the amount of time we spend on our phones each day, researchers have started to recognize the potential usefulness of mobile technology in delivering treatment […]

Rats increase depression rates in lower-income neighborhoods
04-18   Rats increase depression rates in lower-income neighborhoods

Rats! These small, quick, beady-eyed creatures can easily elevate your heartbeat, give you goosebumps and maybe even make you jump and scream for your life. However, if you regularly see rats in your neighborhood or even your house, then chances are stronger that you are dealing with another silent yet dangerous problem: depression. Baltimore’s low-income […]

Depression: A teenage mental health crisis
04-06   Depression: A teenage mental health crisis

Teenage drinking is down, as are teenage pregnancies. But teenage depression is up, as are suicides. For those 10 to 24 years old, suicide is the third leading cause of death. These frightening statistics show how adolescent angst, depression and the internet can be nefarious things. The state of teenage mental health The Independent ran […]

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